Did you order a bit too much Pizza Hut pizza and need to store it for awhile? Maybe you can freeze it?
Can Pizza Hut pizza be frozen?
Yes. Pizza Hut pizza can be frozen. It is a great way to keep your left over take out pizza from Pizza Hut frozen to eat later. I think you can actually store it in your freezer for a year or two.
I would recommend also looking at our article on freezing homemade pizza because the same principles will apply there.
How Do You Freeze Leftover Pizza Hut Pizza?
Freezing leftover Pizza Hut pizza is very easy. Sometimes when you order a large pizza it isn’t all eaten in one sitting. You can place your leftover slices on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper and flash freeze them for about an hour, or until frozen. Then place the frozen slices individually in a freezer bag or airtight container and return them to the freezer.
How Long Does Pizza Hut Pizza Last In The Freezer?
Pizza Hut pizzas packaged properly in freezer bags and stored in a freezer will maintain their quality for about 1 to 2 months.
If you leave your Pizza Hut pizza unpackaged and just toss them in the freezer they may dry out more quickly and not maintain their quality as long. So you will want to be sure to store it properly to make sure it lasts as long as possible.
How Do You Reheat Frozen Pizza Hut Pizza?
Now that you have your Pizza Hut pizza in the freezer for later, how do you reheat it? With Pizza Hut pizza, you can actually place it right in the microwave and it will reheat pretty quickly (but it won’t be very good!). You could also remove it from the freezer, place it on a baking sheet and heat it in the oven on 325 degrees until hot.
I recommend using the oven. Put the frozen pizza in at 325 degrees and let it get up to a nice hot temperature.
Check out – carbs in Pizza Hut pizza.
Pizza Hut pizza can be stored in your freezer.
You have a lot of options for reheating your Pizza Hut leftover pizza. You can wait until you are ready to eat it and heat it in the oven, or you can reheat it later when you want it.